Master Pools is proud to be involved in the following associations
The Master Pools Guild was formed in 1962 by a small group of quality independent pool building craftsmen who realized the potential of sharing ideas and pooling their buying power. Pool construction was evolving with the marketplace demanding bigger and better designs than ever before. Over the next forty years Guild members worked together to build and service some of the most beautiful pools and spas in the world – sharing construction techniques and technology of both equipment and water chemistry. For more information on the Master Pools Guild, click here.
The Association was established in 1978 to build linkages among recreation facility operators across Alberta. The Association has a membership of over 1,200 people and manages services and training programs. Each year people participated in arena, pool, parks and sport field, building maintenance and supervisory courses, conferences and seminars organized by the Association. The Association offers courses in Alberta, in several provinces in Canada, the United States of America and Europe. Visit the AARFP website.
The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Inc. (SPRA) is a non-profit volunteer organization whose purpose is to promote, develop and facilitate parks and recreation opportunities throughout the province. SPRA is recognized as the provincial umbrella organizations representing parks and recreation in Saskatchewan. SPRA manages the Recreation Section of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation. Visit the SPRA website.